Hello everyone, I don't often post here as much prefer to stick to my own little corner, but recently my interest has been in making a multi-region N64. Using plans and ideas outlined at http://www.retrovideogames.de/mods-adaptors/nintendo/n64-multinorm-single-switch-mod-overclocking/ I zealously went ahead and made my own PCB for easy mounting. EagleCad files haven't been uploaded yet but I will on request (and I'm also not all that proud of it due to the schematic being very rough and unrefined) - I believe everything should be open and freely available. Although now that I've gone to all of that effort - is there anything outside my little bubble that I've missed (a way to wire a universal CIC into it or something?). Thing is: when you're doing a mod that isn't nearly enough now is it - it'd sure be nice to have a good solid solution with no moving parts Having had time to mess around with this a bit I've found that the system is pretty durable to switching PIF shortly after startup, but there's a lot going on here with some lines dropping to earth, and others reading different values. I did read that line 8 goes high when the PIF accepts the cartridge (easily detectable by a microcontroller...in theory) and wanted to know if anyone else had more information on this that I could follow up before the next iteration. Cheers everyone!